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Project Summary

Few things about your PC are as boring as things that just work, invisible in the background. Interrupt balancing is one of those things, and even though it falls in this boring category, the Linux application that is in charge of this functionality was long overdue in getting a major overhaul. Intel rose to this task, and the resulting source code can be found here.


intel irqbalance linux

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Project Security

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30 Day Summary

May 2 2023 — Jun 1 2023

12 Month Summary

Jun 1 2022 — Jun 1 2023
  • 68 Commits
    Up + 39 (134%) from previous 12 months
  • 16 Contributors
    Up + 8 (100%) from previous 12 months